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Configure Azure MFA for applications

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Configure Azure MFA for applications

  1. Sign in to the Azure portal by using a Global administrator account.
  2. Browse to Azure Active Directory > Conditional access.
  3. Select New policy.
  4. Name your policy.
  5. Under users and groups, select Select users and groups, select a group, and then select Done.
  6. Under Cloud apps, select Select apps, choose the cloud applications for which you want to enable Azure MFA, select Select, and then select Done.
  7. Review the Conditions section, and then select the conditions you want.
  8. Under Grant, make sure that Grant access is selected, select the Require multi-factor authentication check box, and then select Select.
  9. Set Enable policy to On.
  10. Select Create.

MFA is now enabled for selected applications.

Configure Azure MFA for passwords

  1. In the Azure portal, open the Azure Active Directory blade.
  2. Select Users.
  3. At the top of the Users blade, select Multi-Factor Authentication. The Azure MFA management portal opens.
  4. Select service settings.
  5. Scroll to app passwords, and then select the app passwords option you want to use.
  6. Select save.

MFA is now enabled for users passwords.

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